Color and black and white, past and present, coexist in our exhibition halls
In Madrid we enjoy the landscapes and interiors associated with armed conflicts by Japanese photographer Yomoko Yoneda, and the faces of Russian painter Alexéi von Jawlensky. In addition, Miró Poema brings us closer to the fascination that the Catalan painter felt for poetry, while the exhibition Bill Brant arrives in Madrid. In Barcelona, photographer Claudia Andujar invites us to discover the world of the Yanomami and the great masters Garry Winogrand and Nicholas Nixon bring us their black and white photographs documenting the American lifestyle and the passage of time. The collection of daguerreotypes of the Centre de Recerca i Difusió de la Imatge (CRDI) of Girona, present in the exhibition La mirada cautiva, brings us closer to the origins of photography.
8 exhibitions in 2021
New York World Expo, 1964
© The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
We open this exhibition dedicated to the American photographer Garry Winogrand (New York, 1928-Tijuana, Mexico, 1984). More information.
The KBr Photography Center of Barcelona collects for the first time worldwide, forty-five photographs from the series The Brown Sisters.
Río Cuckmere, 1963
Private Collection. Courtesy of the Bill Brandt Archive and the Edwynn Houk Gallery.
© Bill Brandt / Bill Brandt Archive Ltd
The exhibition offers a journey through the work of photographer Bill Brandt (Hamburg, 1904-London, 1983) in Madrid. Don’t miss it!
The exhibition entitled Miró Poem offers a journey through the work of painter Joan Miró at the Fundación MAPFRE Recoletos exhibition venue in Madrid.
Portraits of a woman and a man, ca.1840-1860
Case with two daguerreotypes from the Ángel Fuentes de Cía collection
© Josep Maria Oliveras
‘The Captive Gaze’ presents 104 images from the collection of daguerreotypes from the Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CDRI) of Girona City Council.
This is the largest exhibition to date on the career of the Brazilian artist Claudia Andujar (born in Switzerland in 1931).
Alexéi von Jawlensky
Prinzessin Turandot [Princess Turandot], 1912
Private collection, Switzerland. Held by the Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern.
The Jawlensky. The Landscape of the Face exhibition offers an overview of the work of Russian painter Alexéi von Jawlensky (1864-1941). Don’t miss it!
The Tomoko Yoneda exhibition presents a solo exhibition on the Japanese artist for the first time in Europe through seventeen projects featuring individual photographs.